Marla Lukofsky

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Marla Lukofsky is a Canadian and American stand-up comedian.

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1984 The Get Along Gang Bingo Beaver (voice) - Pilot
1985 Midday-CBC New show Marla Lukofsky was Last Work weekly columnist on national news, completing 100 episodes.
1986 The Care Bears Family Good Luck Bear (voice) Series regular
1989 The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! voice actor Series regular
1987 The Care Bears Adventure in Wonderland Good Luck Bear (voice)
1987 The Magic School Bus voice actor
1987 Starcom: The U.S. Space Force Additional voice Series regular
1988-1989 ALF Tales voice actor Series regular
1989 The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! voice actor Series regular
1981 Rubber Face starring Jim Carrey Principal role as Donna Cherry
1989 The Twilight Zone revised version Principal role
1990 T. and T. starring Mr. T co-starring role Brenda, reporter
1987 Seeing Things various co-starring roles
1995 Rupert Phoebe (Voice)
2001-2002 Doc Meribeth Weatherbeater 1 episode
2001-2003 Pecola Series regular voice actor
2004 Care Bears: Forever Friends Playful Heart Monkey, Good Luck Bear (voice)
2010-2011 Scaredy Squirrel Voice actor Series regular

References[edit]

  • Marla [sic] Lukofsky: Mini Mistress of Mirth by Andrew Clark, Eye Weekly [1].
  • Stand-up becomes inspirational: Marla Lukofsky by Diane Flacks, Toronto Star [2].
  • Cancer’s best medicine (Toronto Comedian Marla Lukofsky) Network & Voice of Breast Cancer Survivors www.cbcn.ca 2008.04.28 [3]
  • Breast cancer survivor tells her story through laughter by Lisa Queen, www.insidetoronto.com North York Mirror 10.03.08 [4].
  • Comic reinvents herself as jazz singer by Ruth Schweitzer, The Canadian Jewish News [5]

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